The Ground System Survivability (GSS) Briefing to Industry will serve as a forum to present and discuss FY 13-19 programs, budgets and acquisition strategies with both small and large businesses, as well as with institutions of higher learning.
|DATE:||16 May 2013|
|TIME:||8:00 a.m. to 4:40 p.m. Eastern Time.|
|PLACE:||Selfridge Air National Guard Base (SANGB) Dining Facility
Building 164, 43156 Wagner (off George Ave.)
Harrison Township, MI 48045
TARDEC GSS identifies, develops, and integrates technologies that will protect ground vehicle systems from a wide range of threats through the use of data analysis and modeling, technology demonstrations, studies, and performance evaluations. This enables GSS to provide soldiers and ground-vehicle platforms with producible and affordable and survivability solutions against both current and anticipated threats while adhering to program-specific requirements.
The purpose of the GSS Briefing to Industry is to provide attendees with a projected path forward for GSS through a series of briefings on the most current Technology Focus Area Road Maps. Topics include:
Briefing to Industry Goals:
Briefings will be For Official Use Only (FOUO). Therefore, all attendees must be a current government contractor with a valid contract/solicitation or a CRADA and be a U.S. Citizens; no exceptions.
Due to space considerations, each organization (a single industry business unit or institution of higher learning) is limited to two attendees. Registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis up to a maximum of 250 individuals. Please direct questions regarding the registration process to Michael Adrian at 586-282-8876 or via email at email@example.com. Deadline for Registration is 10 May 2013.
This event is for informational and planning purposes only. It does not constitute a formal solicitation for proposals or abstracts, and shall not be considered as a commitment by the government for any purpose. Attendance is strictly voluntary and the government will not reimburse attendees/participants for any costs associated with attending. Any information submitted in conjunction with participating in this event is subject to disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act, 5 USC § 552(a). The government does not request that any proprietary information be submitted, nor shall it be liable for any consequential damages for proprietary information so submitted.
This event is closed to the media.
UNCLAS: Dist A: Approved for public release. OPSEC #23789